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nijinsky510
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My C40 Campy S-Record, Fulcrum Racing Torq RRS crank n Racing Light wheel.

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@nijinsky510

nice C40!
are you from Japan?

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nijinsky510
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Thanks, maverick_1

Yes, I live near the Mt.FUJI.
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Nice c40!
Please keep it going...
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nijinsky510 wrote:My C40 Campy S-Record, Fulcrum Racing Torq RRS crank n Racing Light wheel.

C40_121121.jpg


Really, really beautiful. Especially with those wheels.

Some years ago I was in Japan for a few months. I was staying in Saitama-ken. Unfortunately I did not bring my bike. I was so sad, because the roads looked like they were a true pleasure to ride! nijinsky510, may I ask from where you took this picture with Mt. Fuji in the background? It looks gorgoeus!

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Very nice C40 indeed...

Some changes to my master x light...at the 9 kilo mark, I was just not using it that much. decided to trim some weight and go for some retro-mod...now at 8 kg, its a pleasure to ride in these flat roads
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Smashing pic Willy

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Sooooo beautiful Willy!
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BxEddie, please post more pics of that build. The frameset is spectacular. What size is the frame?

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willy wrote:at the 9 kilo mark, I was just not using it that much.


I know the feeling Willy, My Bottecchia is 9.0 kg even with Hyperons... Your bike is still looking fine with the upgrades. :thumbup:

What stem / bars did you choose?

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I found a photo of my very first real Road bike.
It brings back a lot of good memorys.
http://img823.imageshack.us/img823/2497/imageehg.jpg

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nijinsky510
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Thanks, ALL

phlip, that photo was taken in FUJINOMIYA CITY, south side of Mt.FUJI.
about 15km from the top of Mt.
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And, we can see the Mt.Fuji also from Saitama!

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Nice Mt. Nice bike. :)

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Stolichnaya wrote:BxEddie, please post more pics of that build. The frameset is spectacular. What size is the frame?



Stolichnaya, thanks. It`s a 58 seat tube c-c, and 56,5 top tube c-c. Head tube is 15,7 cm.
I don`t have any parts at the moment. But I`m planning to upgreate my EPS. So my master will be back on streets one day.

Willy, nice bike. Whish I could make photos like this...

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Willy, I respect your eye for detail. The individual headset spacers stacked in world champ colors is ridiculously cool..

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